I am an Assistant Professor in the Mathematics department at Princeton University. My research interests lie in low-dimensional topology. I am particularly interested in knots and 3-dimensional manifolds, and I focus on using Heegaard Floer homology and related invariants to study these objects.
Before coming to Princeton in Fall 2017, I was an RTG Instructor at the University of Texas at Austin. I received my Ph.D. from Columbia University in 2014, supervised by Robert Lipshitz.
I am currently teaching MAT 104: Calculus II and a Junior Seminar on knot theory.
In summer 2023 I co-organized the RTG Summer School in Geometry and Topology. I also help organize the Princeton Topology Seminar.